There are some people who live in a dream world, some who face reality, and those that turn one into the other.
As aforementioned, Victorian women were, for one of a number of possible reasons, frequently afflicted by fainting fits. Whilst indoors this might be easy enough to remedy, however, a sudden fit whilst out and about might prove more perilous. Thus, Police constables of the era were equipped with small vials of smelling salts in small containers adorned with a crown - called Lady Revivers - to revive women in the streets.
Happy April’s Fools Day
I mustache you a question but I am going to shave it for later! 12 Days to go folks for the end of MOvember!
MOVEMBER: Famous & Infamous mustaches in history http://mobro.co/ErickO
Two days ago was Bram Stoker 165th Birthday… In Brammy’s times sporting a Movember was very popular… after all, we all know him for his work “Dracula” that depicted “Wallachian Duke Vlad III” the ultimate Scaaahrry MO Broh (picture attached). AKA Count Dracula.
An important scientific innovation rarely makes its way by gradually winning over and converting its opponents: What does happen is that the opponents gradually die out.
We must change course and pull together as one.
London vs. The City of London - I’d be darned!!!
On a day like today, 520 years ago, Christopher Columbus (AKA Chris, AKA, Da “C” man) discovered America, then not known as such. :)
If it wasn’t because of the man, we would have experienced all the happiness, sadness and historic catastrophes to date, somewhere else.
39 years ago, Bruce Lee passed away. In his honor here is his lost interview.